artificial evolvement for cybernetic capability for humans
nowadays, it is possible to choose the sex of a baby by means of biological 'enhancement,' where-upon dna characterstics of the sperm and egg are still kept intact, but a complex selection criteria are chosen so that eventually a baby's eye colour can be chosen, for example. i could be wrong, but it might even be possible today.
without limiting the capabilities across the spectrum, i suggest creating multiple advanced capabilities by means of re-iteration in the near future.
by creating for example, an eye that can quickly focus in and out or perhaps even dually focus for means of eye-wear with technology that creates a transparent display over the person's eye, along with brain functionality that can manage the day-to-day tasks that may arise in the future that require a constant technology connection in real-time, whilst performing said tasks.
this is only one example, and multiple traits could be imposed in the dna. the reason for keeping the traits common in the spectrum, is so that nobody gets left out if a job becomes obsolete, because there are multiple traits that future generations could handle for other jobs.
also, this would not limit any of the future generations from being stuck in a particular career if they were only born with one particular trait. this also takes away limits and still keeps the human condition of randomnity intact.
considering religious and other implications that many people are against, my question to those people is: do you honestly see it not happening?